Andy and Bax Outdoor Store
8 locals recommend ·
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Army surplus in the most Portland way. Great deals as long as you don't mind camo everything.
Huge emporium highlighting military surplus plus gear for camping, backpacking & outdoor sports.
Get your pea coat here. Military surplus and outdoor. A Portland institution. There are a number of big box nightmare-type stores closer to home, Andy & Bax is more fun.
Military surplus store. Lots of stuff from backpacks to boots/BDUs to kayaks and knives and hatchets. Fun to just browse and look around also.
If you love surplus stores, you will adore this place. Where else can you get a vintage NATO cap, a handbook on home made incendiaries, camo netting and trip-wire? Damn nice employees too!
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“This is Izzy's best friend's outdoor gear shop and has been a Portland favorite for over 20 years! They have everything you need for outdoor adventures- camping, hiking climbing, skiing, kayaking, SUPing... Start in the bargain basement for some thrifting fun, but explore the entire shop and find some gems. If you're looking for a fun adventure they have guided tours and an outdoor school or ask any of their great staff for a recommendation. You'll most likely get invited to whatever is happening, from a chill round of disc golf to trying whitewater rafting for the first time! They also have a Paddle Sports shop right down the street, as well as a kayak center in Scappoose (about 20 minutes north-ish) and an outpost in Sandy, on the way to Mt. Hood. Portland does everything local, and this is our own personal REI (with more knowledgable salespeople!). ”
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